If you are interested in the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) Learnership 2023/2024? We are pleased to guide you on how to apply for the latest learnership programme.
Let's begin with What is a Learnership? A learnership can be described as a training programme that consists of both theory and practical elements. It offers a way for you to gain work experience, as well as an NQF registered qualification. All learnerships are managed by Sector Education Training Authorities (SETAs).
Judicial Service Commission Learnerships 2023
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) is a constitutional body established in terms of section 178 of the Constitution read with the Judicial Service Commission Act 9 of 1994. The primary functions of the Commission are to: interview candidates for judicial positions and make recommendations for appointment to the bench; deal with complaints brought against the Judges; manage the Register of Judges’ Registrable interests; and advise national government on matters relating to the Judiciary.
When the JSC interviews candidates for judicial appointment, all the 23 members of the JSC, as well as the respective Premiers and Judges President of the respective Divisions of the High Court where the candidates have been nominated, participate in the interviews. All interviews for judicial appointment are conducted in public. Following the conclusion of the interviews, the recommendations are sent to the President, who then appoints the recommended candidates as Judges.
Complaints against Judges who contravene the Code of Judicial Conduct or any law must first be reported to the Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC), a body comprised of the Chief Justice, Deputy Chief Justice and four other Judges designated by the Chief Justice after consultation with the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services. If the JCC is of the view that the complaint lodged against a particular Judge is of a serious nature to warrant an impeachment of a Judge, the JCC is empowered to recommend to the JSC for the complaint to be investigated and reported on by a Judicial Conduct Tribunal. It is the Chief Justice who has the power to appoint a Judicial Conduct Tribunal following the recommendation by the JSC.
Judges are also required in terms of the law to disclose their financial interests annually. These disclosures are recorded in a Register that is managed by the Registrar of Judges’ Registrable Interests.
As members of the JSC act in other professional capacities, the JSC and its various committees meet biannually. The JSC Secretariat is required to manage and facilitate the work of the JSC throughout the year and to liaise with various JSC committees on matters they are tasked to deal with by the JSC at its biannual meetings. The JSC Secretariat is responsible for making all logistical arrangements, including collating agenda and all relevant documentation for all JSC meetings and financing the biannual meetings of the JSC, which take place for a week in April and October every year. The meetings are generally held at the Headquarters of the Office of the Chief Justice in Midrand.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants for the Judicial Service Commission recruitment exercise. INTERESTED AND SUITABLY QUALIFIED members of the public can apply for any of the positions available at the South Africa Judicial Service Commission.
This page shows you how to apply for Judicial Service Commission, JSC internships 2023 dates, application form, requirements, qualifications, guidelines, portal, and updates for free.
Eligibility & Requirements
To qualify for the internship, you need to possess all the required qualifications and meet all requirements before applying for the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) Learnerships 2023.
Entry requirements can be accessed from the official Judicial Service Commission Learnerships Portal according to the position.
In general, the applicant must meet some basic requirements like:
- Applicants must be a citizen of South Africa or have valid work and possess an Identity Card.
- You must not have partaken in any other learnership prior to this application
- A valid Grade 12 / Martic certification
- Must be between 18 and 35 years of age
- Must hold a diploma or degree in the relevant field (where applicable)
- Proof of residence
Candidates must submit a curriculum vitae with up-to-date contact details and all relevant information. Candidates must also submit a motivational letter and provide references.
other requirements and qualifications can be found in various advertised positions.
Apply for JSC Learnership 2023 Application Form
Please do not submit your original certificates, but only certified copies as documentation will not be returned. Applications that are received after the advertised closing date, are missing documentation, or is not signed, will not be taken into consideration.
To register or submit an online application form for the 2023 JSC Learnership, you need to log on to the Judicial Service Commission Learnerships Portal.
Download the Z83 Employment Form Here
Judicial Service Commission Learnerships Online Application Portal – https://www.judiciary.org.za/index.php/judicial-service-commission/judicial-vacancies
- Browse for the latest Job Learnerships advertised on the page.
- Then follow the instructions on the page to apply for any available position.
However, you may also check your local media for the latest internship at the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).
The Judicial Service Commission, JSC Learnership Deadline – Closing Date is available on the vacancies portal.
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